Ford, Delta set pace in Internet access `Indy.'

March 2000
Employee Benefit News;Mar2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p22
Reports that Ford Motor Co. has announced a program that would give its employees a home computer, printer and Internet access. Purpose of giving away personal computers; Preference of Ford to deliver benefits information online rather than printing them in paper and then mailing them to employees; Goal of Ford to integrate Internet philosophy to its employees.


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